02 Jul Trace Cell Phone Number Site Reviews – How to Find the Best Reverse Phone Directories
Searching through sites trying to find a good way to trace cell phone number, can be a maddening experience. There are hundreds of different sites out there all claiming to have free reverse telephone lookup services. But how many really do offer something free? Truthfully, none of them do if you need to look up a cell phone number. So then, what do you do to find the best reverse lookup sites?
Let me give you a few things to look for:
Free or Paid? – If you're seeing ads for free sites, you can give them a shot, butt 99 times out of 100, you'll find that they do not really have free reverse number lookup for cell phones. It may work on a landline, but cell phones work on a different system and do not have a central database of numbers. Individual companies work to create their own databases and then offer their services for a price. If you're looking for a cell phone or an unlisted number, you will need to use a paid service.
Guaranteed? – Make sure the site is guaranteed to work. You should be able to plug in the number to trace and then see if they have a result for that number before you pay. That's very important. If you have to pay before you try, move on to another site. If they do not offer a money back guarantee move on as well.
Secure Site? – Look around on the site for a security badge. McAfee Secure is a good example of what you're looking for. If you see that symbol or something from Verisign you know that the site and the company behind it has been tested and confirmed to be a safe place to do business on the internet.
Full Information? – Make sure that the site has all the info you're looking for. Some sites may offer only the name or the last name of the person who owns that number. If you need the full address, a map to the location or even more information, make sure the site you're going to use actually has all that information. Not all of them do.
By Jonathan Templeton